Lair

• (n.) A burying place. • (n.) A place in which to lie or rest; especially, the bed or couch of a wild beast. • (n.) A pasture; sometimes, food.
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lair

den noun the habitation of wild animals
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Lair

[video game] Lair is a 2007 fantasy action flight video game developed by Factor 5 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. ==Gameplay== The player assumes the role of a dragon-riding knight named Rohn Partridge. Rohn is given the tasks of defending a certain area, destroying certain objects, eliminating enemies or creatures, and other...
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Lair

Lair (lâr) noun [ Middle English leir , Anglo-Saxon leger ; akin to Dutch leger , German lager couch, lair, Old High German legar , Goth. ligrs , and to English lie . See Lie to be prostrate, and confer Layer , Leaguer .] 1...
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Lair

A lair is the sleeping place of a wild animal. It is often well hidden to protect the animal from predators. It might be a burrow, tunnel, hole, or cave. The bear retreated to its lair to hibernate.
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Lair

Lair is Australian slang for a flashy man who shows off.
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Lair

Layabout, hooligan.
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Lair

learning.
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lair

[n] - the habitation of wild animals
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